Peyia village has a large expatriate community and is perhaps the largest village in the Paphos region.

Peyia village is steeped in history. At the village centre there are ancient baths and natural freshwater fountains.

Peyia Village, only a kilometer away, is the most dynamic growth area in the Paphos District spurred largely by the close proximity to very fashionable Coral Bay and the Akamas National Park. Once a sleepy village, today you can find in Peyia a full range of services and a plethora of superb restaurants appealing to ever increasing international clientele. Want to entertain and looking for a top class caterers- you find an excellent one in Peyia too!

The extensive pine forest is to the north of the village. The forest is protected and is popular picnic area. To the south of the village is the famous Coral Bay, a popular beach resort area with vast stretches of sandy beaches. Coral Bay takes its name after the pink coral deposits which lie further seaward.

Peyia enjoys fantastic panoramic vista to the sea and the Coral Bay. Village features a must see village square with its array of locally famous restaurants and bars.

One of the notable landmarks in Peyia is the Church of Agios Georgios, which dates back to the 19th century. The village also hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year, allowing visitors and residents to immerse themselves in the local culture.

Due to its desirable location, there are often properties available for sale in Peyia, ranging from apartments to villas.

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